Gettysburg College Magazine - Winter 2022

Gettysburg College Magazine is published twice a year as a gift to all alumni, faculty, staff, and friends of the College by the Communications and Marketing Office. Included below are select highlights from the Winter 2022 issue.



  • President’s Letter:

    How do we prepare students to Do Great Work in the world?

    President Bob Iuliano pens a letter about A Consequential Education from Gettysburg College, what it means, and how we are—and have been since 1832—delivering on this promise.

  • Noteworthy:

    Stoles of Gratitude bestowed onto Class of 2020

    During the Class of 2020 Commencement ceremony, President Bob Iuliano bestowed onto each graduate a Stole of Gratitude—the first-ever given to a graduating class.

  • Conversations:

    Media Mentions

    Memories flooded social media when both the Class of 2024 and 2025 embarked on the First-Year Walk in the fall. The nostalgia continued on social media, prompted by “Flashback Friday” and various other posts. Plus, read about how Gettysburgians were highlighted in the media.

  • News:


    Catch up on Gettysburg College happenings in our news roundup from the Winter 2022 edition of our magazine.

  • Perspectives:

    On The Topic Of Growth

    How do we learn and grow through challenging situations?

  • Connections:

    David W. '85 and Cynthia Lecompte '84 Salisbury P'15

    The Benefactors Circle members and Visionary Gettysburgians share their passion for growing the bridge between the College and the community.

  • Prof Path:

    Yan Sun

    The art history professor enjoys uncovering the stories behind archaeological treasures. Prof. Yan Sun shares her path from growing up in Beijing to sharing her passions for Asian culture and art with Gettysburg students.

  • Behind the Scenes:

    With a Gettysburg Great

    What makes a cozy—and sustainable—wardrobe? Sister Katie founder, Katie Roach ’10, explains.

  • From The Archives

    Mapping the Evolution of Campus

    An old, archived campus map from 1876 puts the nearly 200-year evolution of campus into perspective.

  • Reflections:

    Defined by Devotion

    Inseparable like their late fathers at Gettysburg College, cousins Ken Barnes ’20 and Jimmy Barnes ’20 reflect on the love they have for their family—at home and on campus.

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